My .99 cent sale for Murder in the Worst Degree is over, and the result were 91 people purchased the book on Kindle. Certainly nowhere the number of books if it had been free, but this was the publisher's choice. Plus, it had been free once before when it was with the first publisher. But who knows, maybe it will encourage some of these readers to try some other books in the series.
While staying at home, I've managed to finish my latest Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery. I going over it, looking at suggestions and corrections from my critique group (we're doing it via email these days), and then I'll send it off to my editor.
When all that's done, I'll start planning the promotion which will not at this time include any in-person events until this darn disease is under control. Maybe I'll do a blog tour.
I'm also getting thought about the next Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery, and the big question is, should I include what we are all going through now or not? Fellow authors, what are you going to do about this big chunk of history (when it is history) in your next mysteries?
I'd also like to hear what you're doing during this stay-at-home time.
See you in May. And I'll share the cover of the new book.